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Can also happen when you have a bad target altitude source, for example having entered it manually rather than getting it from the targeting computers, and then flying below that configured altitude. You can see this on the bottom right of the HUD.

 

See page 394 of the A-10C manual.

 

(EDIT: on page 399 you can see what it is supposed to look like: notice the "DTS" in the low-right infoblock. This indicates that altitude source is DTS. This can be set manually, and when you do this, it becomes possible to fly "under" your CCIP target, causing this message.)

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Can also happen when you have a bad target altitude source, for example having entered it manually rather than getting it from the targeting computers, and then flying below that configured altitude. You can see this on the bottom right of the HUD.

 

See page 394 of the A-10C manual.

 

(EDIT: on page 399 you can see what it is supposed to look like: notice the "DTS" in the low-right infoblock. This indicates that altitude source is DTS. This can be set manually, and when you do this, it becomes possible to fly "under" your CCIP target, causing this message.)

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